Michel Weemans

 

Porträt Michel Weemans

Michel Weemans

Professor of Art History
EHESS, Paris

In Residence

June 2012 – August 2012

July 2014

July 2015 – August 2015

Research Project

The image as trap. Natural image and double mimesis in Pieter Bruegel.

Research Interests

  • Flemish painting in the Early Modern Era
  • Landscape painting
  • Herri met de Bles; Pieter Bruegel

Publications

Images doubles et paradoxales, Dario Gamboni and Martin Jean-Hubert (eds.), Paris 2015 (in print).

Topology and Topography in Herri met de Bles’s Visual Exegesis of the Parable of the Good Samaritan, in: Biblical Rhetography through Visual Exegesis of Text and Image, Roy R. Jeal, Walter S. Melion und Vernon K. Robbins (eds.), Houston 2015 (in print Druck).

The Anthropomorphic Lens. Anthropomorphism, Microcosmism and Analogy in Early Modern Thought and Visual Arts, Walter S. Melion und Bret Rothstein (eds.), Leiden/ Boston 2014.

Imago Exegetica. Visual Images as Exegetical Instruments, 1400-1700, James Clifton und Walter S. Melion (eds.), Leiden/ Boston 2014.

Le paysage extravagant. Herri met de Bles. Le mercier endormi pillé par les singes, Paris: Éd. 1:1 2009.

Aveuglement, discernement, double voir. Herri met de Bles ou les ruses sacrées du paysage religieux, in: Une image peut en cacher une autre. Arcimboldo, Dali, Raetz, exhibition catalog, Paris: Réunion des musées nationaux 2009, p. 39-49.

Les rhyparographes, in: Rires et autre éclats, (Parade. Revue d’art et de littérature, vol. 8), Tourcoing, 2008, p. 72-91.

 

Contact

Michel Weemans

Center for Advanced Studies BildEvidenz

Arnimallee 10
14195 Berlin

Room 203
Tel.: +49(0)30-838-50949

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